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The Education Policy Institute (EPI) has published its second report on the government’s proposals to allow the expansion of selective education in England. The report follows the recent Autumn Statement which announced the expansion will be backed by £200 million capital funding over the next 4 years.
The report provides new analysis which looks, in greater detail, at the implications of expanding selective schooling. It looked at two key policy issues:
The EPI observed the effects of grammar school expansion by assessing the impacts in the 32,844 “lower layer super output areas” in England. The report concludes that:
The Education Policy Institute’s report can be access here.
Published: 16/12/2016, by Tom Fellows
Last Updated: 05/09/2018, by Tom Fellows